Zach Agee works with the firm’s Business and Corporate, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy, Emerging Growth, and Trust and Estates practice groups, specializing in contract drafting and negotiation, corporate formation and governance, property rights, and real estate. He represents startup companies,… Read more
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Coronavirus and the Law: Legislative Alert #1)
The SBA’s Paycheck Protection Loan Program Through the CARES Act (Coronavirus and the Law: Legislative Update #3)
Main Street Loans Are Another Relief Option for Small & Medium Businesses (Coronavirus and the Law)
Hank Creasy counsels business leaders in a variety of industries and entrepreneurial endeavors, including day-to-day operations and transactions. His practice includes advising in the areas of general corporate and business law, healthcare law, health insurance law, real estate law, commercial… Read more
Patrick Bolling solves workforce issues in collaboration with human resource professionals and other company leaders. As part of the firm’s Labor & Employment team, he helps his clients make day-to-day employment decisions, design and implement fair and effective employment policies,… Read more
Clarifying Employee Leave – DOL Issues March 27 Guidance on FFCRA (Coronavirus and the Law)
Governing During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law)
Additional Guidance on COVID-19 Emergency Leave – DOL Issues Temporary Rule (Coronavirus and the Law)
Sarah Houck’s practice focuses on family law. Sarah understands litigation—especially litigation that involves one’s family—can be overwhelming. She works hard to make the process less daunting, and to give clients a clear path toward achieving their goals. She advocates for… Read more
Robin Wood has more than 50 years’ experience in business and corporate law, family law, commercial litigation, and employment law. He has tried and/or mediated more than 400 cases, and has argued cases before the Virginia Supreme Court and the… Read more
Corey Davis’ corporate law practice focuses on advising venture capital and private equity fund sponsors and public and private companies on transactions, securities, and business matters. He handles structuring and closing of alternative investment funds; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; and… Read more
Bernard Baldwin has more than 45 years of experience advising clients in a full range of business law transactions, estate planning, and estate and trust administration. His primary areas of focus also include trusts and estates, acquisitions and divestitures, taxation,… Read more
John Francisco has more than 20 years of experience advising clients on business transactions and disputes, including corporate acquisitions and sales, commercial transactions, real estate construction and development, and a wide variety of civil litigation matters. In addition, John has… Read more
Rick Sorenson has more than 23 years of experience representing and advising companies and individuals throughout Virginia in the areas of business, corporate, securities, banking, and health law. He has extensive experience with business clients in industries including banking, consumer… Read more
SEC Simplifies Disclosure Requirements
CARES Act Provisions and Other Coronavirus Issues Affecting Financial Institutions (Coronavirus and the Law)
Standstill Agreements Can Preserve Business Relationships During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Coronavirus and the Law)
Tracey Shaw has more than 45 years’ experience in the areas of business and corporate law, real estate, taxation, and trusts and estates law. He has advised clients across a range of business and personal matters from public and private… Read more
September 22, 2016
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